With so many lovely flowers out in bloom this time on year it is nice to take advantage of what is in the garden to set up a bouquet for painting!
I set up my light box with a few different floral bouquets. Here is the result and I am pretty happy with it! A prelude to a larger piece, perhaps. This was my first time painting on dura-lar, it is very smooth and the brush flows around the flowers with ease. Very Fun!!
Right in my own backyard, so close to home. Lovely to paint in the shade and observe the filtered sun patterns change momentarily throughout the day!
I have always loved the look of an Air Stream trailer. Such a classic! This one often parks close to where I often walk and the reflections on its walls are very fun to paint!
An iconic point of view in Ucluelet with the leaning tree on the little islet sitting solidly in the surf.
Breathing the freshness of the forest and seeing the abundance of fresh water in Lynn Canyon Headwaters Regional Park leaves me feeling renewed.
The sea stacks majestically mark the West Coast of British Columbia.
The reflections on the incoming tide at Chesterman Beach in Tofino are beyond breathtaking!
It is beautifully powerful sight when the winds are blowing and the surf is pounding on the beaches in Ucluelet.
Stems of the leaves, flowers and buds are the theme of this painting. The Cyclamen plant, in a wide variety of beautiful colours, grows well indoors and in temperate climates it thrives outside as well.